Seattle, WA 98122
- Pacific Northwest
- Sun, Tue-Sat 5pm-10:30pm
- All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
- Private Party, Catering, Wheelchair Accessible
- Full bar
- Not Accepted, Accepted
- Lot Available, Meters, Street
Seattle Weekly's Description
Lark's artistic spirit is reflected in everything about the restaurant, from the First Thursday regulars who make up its clientele to the poetry on its menu. One is tempted to scan the meter of lines like "Skagit River Ranch beef tongue with horseradish and wild watercress," "Spanish mackerel with fennel, olives, and preserved-lemon tapenade," and "naturally raised veal sweetbreads with spinach, bacon, and grain mustard." James Beard Award-winning chef John Sundstrom's food, served up as a swarm of small, composed plates, inspires customers on a romantic outing to twirl each bite around the plate to catch the right amount of sauce, breathing in while they graze to catch all the aromatic nuances of the food. That level of attention, from both cooks and diners, is what makes the atmosphere seem so much like a gallery.
Tips from foursquare
A local product focused restaurant where Johnathan Sundstrom showcases all purveyors from the Pacific Northwest. Big and small plates make it for fun eating. After dinner get a cocktail next door at L
Owner-chef Johnathan Sundstrom’s seasonal array—divided on the menu into cheeses, vegetables and grains, charcuterie, fish, and meat—is fired with invention.
Pork belly and chocolate dipped, fresh baked madaleines!
make reservations for the weekends. It can be busy but worth the wait.
Great date place
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